Jess and Eve Gale flout the Rule of Six as they party among a group of EIGHT ...

Twins Jess and Eve Gale were among a group of eight Love Island stars seen flouting the Rule of Six COVID-19 restrictions at an apartment party in Essex recently.

After the 21-year-old siblings gathered with a group of reality star pals for the launch of their hair extension campaign, they partied the night away with co-stars, where they reportedly danced and sang together, while failing to observe social distancing.

The gathering occurred after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the new Rule of Six, prohibiting groups of more than that number meeting socially as novel coronavirus numbers rise once again at alarming rates.

Rule of Six: Twins Jess and Eve Gale were among a group of eight Love Island stars seen flouting the Rule of Six COVID-19 restrictions at an apartment party in Essex recently

Rule of Six: Twins Jess and Eve Gale were among a group of eight Love Island stars seen flouting the Rule of Six COVID-19 restrictions at an apartment party in Essex recently

Among the group seen partying were Rebecca Gormley and her boyfriend Biggs Chris, Eva Zapico, George Day, Alexi Eraclides, and Josh Kempton.

A number of the stars took to their respective Instagram accounts to document the events of the night, reportedly uploading videos and snaps of the revelry.

According to the Daily Star, Biggs, George, Alexi, and Josh met up for lunch at Sheesh in Chigwell, Essex, before heading to the apartment to party the night away with Jess, Eve, Rebecca, and Eva.

Squad: Among the group were (L-R) Alexi Eraclides, Eva Zapico, Biggs Chris, and George Day

Squad: Among the group were (L-R) Alexi Eraclides, Eva Zapico, Biggs Chris, and George Day

Partying the night away: The TV personalities partied the night away together, and were seen dancing and singing, while failing to observe social distancing

Partying the night away: The TV personalities partied the night away together, and were seen dancing and singing, while failing to observe social distancing

Global health expert Dr Sophie Harman told the publication: 'Lots of people do care what Love Island ­contestants do and will take it as a cue that a slight bend in the rules – eight not six – is OK.

'While it seems unfair, those who trade in influence have to be held to ­account for that influence.'

She added that the TV personalities now 'need to ­become COVID-19 influencers in a ­positive way'.

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